You don’t have to lift a finger (Picture: tastecard)Going out for dinner is a treat because it means you don’t have to cook or wash up.
But this restaurant is offering an experience that will require even less effort.
You can sit back while servers feed you your meal using chopsticks and even lift your glass to your lips to you can take a sip.
Launched by the world’s largest diners’ club tastecard, the pop-up restaurant is aptly called ‘Hands Off!’.
It will run from 11-14 June from 7pm-10pm at 71 Blandford St, Marylebone, London W1U 8AB
It is inspired by the Bangkok tradition where it is popular for guests to be honoured, treated with the upmost respect and notably, served by the hosts.
You need a ticket to attend so you do need to at least make the effort to plan in advance but the rest will be done for you.
Staff are on hand to cater to every need (Picture: tastecard)Tickets cost £20 for the tasting menu with 100% of the proceeds going to the charity Mary’s Meals, who provide food to some of the world’s poorest children.
And the meal you will be fed sounds delicious – it’s a set tasting menu by partner restaurant Feng Sushi.
It includes Nippon ‘mock’ duck (a Chinese pancake, with cucumber, spring onion and caramelised tofu and hoisin sauce), salmon, tuna and Japanese omelette nigiri and vegetarian rolls.
And there’s dessert too – chocolate and strawberry mochi, which is a Japanese rice cake.
Keeping your hands off won’t stop your mouth drooling.
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